(CBS Detroit) – As the weather gets warmer, many Michiganders look to the beaches to blow off some steam. you’re looking at the summer of last year where crowds gathered along Lake Michigan. READ MORE: Hard Rock Hotels® Announces Development Plans For REVERB By Hard Rock™ Kalamazoo Some such as the city of south haven are now considering lifeguards for their beaches following three drownings over the last year. READ MORE: Stimulus Check Update: Some May See Even More Money From Potential Economic Relief Package Michigan officials warn to never get in the water if the tides or currents are strong. MORE NEWS: Digital Small Business Empowerment Fair Today © 2021 CBS Broadcasting Inc. All Rights Reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed. Related … [Read more...] about South Haven And Other Michigan Beaches Look To Hire Lifeguards To Stop Accidental Drownings
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If you’re looking for a Colorado team to hoist a championship trophy this year, the choices are clear. With the Rockies expected to be in the cellar, and the Broncos wandering the desert, it’s the Avalanche, Nuggets or bust. The Avalanche (13-8) stand third in the West heading into their outdoor game against the Vegas Golden Knights on Saturday at Lake Tahoe. The Nuggets (15-13) are holding down the No. 8 slot in the Western Conference, with a trip to Cleveland on Friday coming up next. Both still have decent odds to win a title, although the Avalanche at +600 (bet $100 to win $600) have the best odds in the NHL, according to co.superbook.com . Only their Lake Tahoe opponent, the Golden Knights, can match the 6-to-1 odds. The Tampa Bay Lightning and Boston Bruins are both currently listed at +700. In this week’s edition of Pick 6, we needed to throw Nuggets’ Nikola Jokic into the mix as a potential MVP award winner. Will the oddsmakers hold being in Denver against him? Or … [Read more...] about Pick 6: Looking for championship odds? Here’s a look at where Colorado sports teams stand.
Richard Pitino’s time at Minnesota is reportedly nearing an end. According to Henry Lake, Pitino is expected to be let go at the end of the season and won’t return to the Gophers. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football) His buyout is $1.75 million if he’s fired prior to April 30, according to inforum.com . I have now been told via a different source that Coach Pitino will NOT return to Dinkytown and will coach out the rest of this season. #Gophers — Henry Lake (@lakeshow73) February 28, 2021 Unfortunately for fans of the Gophers, this isn’t really going to come as a surprise to anyone. Pitino hasn’t come close to meeting expectations with the Gophers. When he was hired, everyone thought he was going to be a rockstar, in part because his father is one of the greatest coaches ever. Yet, it never happened. View this post on Instagram A … [Read more...] about REPORT: Minnesota Will Fire Richard Pitino At The End Of The Season
The value of Colorado’s outdoor recreation economy has grown to $62.5 billion, almost double what it was just five years ago, and now supports about 511,000 jobs across the state, says a state report released Friday. Gov. John Hickelooper joined staffers from several different state and federal agencies, outdoor businesses and conservation groups along the South Platte River in Lower Downtown to unveil the latest survey of the state’s outdoor recreation economy. Hickenlooper noted the big increase in the overall economic contribution — to $62.5 billion from $34 billion in 2013. “This puts it as one of the top economic drivers of our economy,” Hickenlooper said. “That’s a $35 billion contribution to our GDP (Gross Domestic Product). That’s more than 10 percent. “And this is the one that is really staggering. This is up about 60 percent from the last number I saw — 511,000 jobs. That is a monster of commitment to our economy,” Hickenlooper said. Those jobs, up from roughly … [Read more...] about Colorado’s outdoor recreation economy grows to $62.5 billion, new report says